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Borup elementary school to close at end of school year

BORUP, Minn. -- The Ada-Borup School Board recently voted to close the elementary school in Borup at the end of this school year. Beginning in the fall, all elementary students will attend school in Ada. The move will save about $150,000 in utili...

BORUP, Minn. -- The Ada-Borup School Board recently voted to close the elementary school in Borup at the end of this school year.

Beginning in the fall, all elementary students will attend school in Ada.

The move will save about $150,000 in utilities and salaries. Board Chairman Mike Burke said the board had no other options to create similar significant cuts.

The future of the building is undecided. Borup city officials asked that the building be torn down if it is no longer used as a school.

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